The Cincinnati Reds organization lost a member of its family last night.  Former Cardinals star pitcher Bob Forsch, who for the past three seasons served as the pitching coach for the Reds Rookie affiliate in Billings, passed away at the age of 61.  To read more, click HERE.


The only players this season to have been All-Stars and won both the Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Awards:

Brandon Phillips
Troy Tulowitzki
Matt Kemp
Adrian Gonzalez
Adrian Beltre
Jacoby Ellsbury


This Date in Reds History (Courtesy of Redleg Journal by Rhodes & Snyder):

November 4, 1891: The Reds hire Charlie Comiskey to play first base and manage the team.

“Comiskey was player-manager for St. Louis in the American Association in 1891.  Comiskey managed Cincinnati to a 201-206 record from 1891-1894.  He is best known as the owner of the Chicago White Sox from 1901 until his death in 1931, and for the ballpark which bears his name.  His pettiness and penurious manner inspired the Chicago players to throw the 1919 World Series to the Reds.”

November 4, 1981: The Reds trade Ken Griffey Sr. to the Yankees for Fred Toliver and Brian Ryder.


I snapped some photos at lonely Great American Ball Park this morning.  Take a look…

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Since it’s Friday, here’s some Gary Clark Jr. to help you get into the weekend spirit…


More later.  Thanks for logging on!!

Expect good news,



You know what view I have from my work desk? A half dead lawn and the parking lot. I am so crazy jealous right now.😛

Awesome pics, Jamie. Thanks for the insider look into the quiet times of GABP!

Thanks for posting those pictures. Its cool to see what goes on there in the of season. We’ll be in those seats before you know it.

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